Sky has announced a raft of senior executive changes as the company adapts to life under Comcast.
Group chief product officer Alan Webber has stepped down after more than 25 years with the company. He was responsible for the design and user experience of cross-platform products including Sky Q. Webber will be replaced by Fraser Stirling.
Head of strategy and operations Dominic Shorrocks has also departed after almost eight years with the company.
Sky’s CTO Mohamed Hammady has been promoted to a group role following the retirement of Didier Lebrat. He will oversee the division responsible for all the technology systems which underpin all Sky’s European services.
Marina Storti has been promoted to managing director of Now TV. She was previously Now TV’s director of strategy and proposition. She succeeds Gidon Katz who is moving to the US to help parent company Comcast develop its own SVoD service.